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A Landscape of Lies (2011)

Haunted by the memories of his time in the Gulf war, Jacob tries to adjust to civilian life aided mainly by his friendship with his commanding officer, Hilt who has made civvie life work ... See full summary »

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Cast

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Danny Midwinter ...
Brannigan Woods
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Dr. Andrea Grey
Andre Nightingale ...
Jacob Fassbender (as Andre Samson)
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Sergeant Egan
Marc Bannerman ...
Hilt McAvoy
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Marcus Clancy
Danny Young ...
Eion
Rosie Ginger ...
Hannah Clancy
Christina Baily ...
Suzy Honeywell
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Louise McAvoy (as Samantha Cunningham)
Daniel Peacock ...
Don Welles
Helen Latham ...
Alice Woods
Victoria Hopkins ...
Tess
Mel Mills ...
DCI Lane
Kelly George ...
DC Carter
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Haunted by the memories of his time in the Gulf war, Jacob tries to adjust to civilian life aided mainly by his friendship with his commanding officer, Hilt who has made civvie life work for him. However, Jacob's stable reality is crushed when Hilt is killed during a suspected mugging that went wrong. Now Jacob feels it's his duty to find the truth behind the incident and bring closure to Hilt's widow, Louise. His investigation has him going head to head with DCI Lane and his partners Sergeant Egan and DC Carter as his own life starts to entwine with those he suspects of being involved. Amongst them is East End villain turned property tycoon Brannigan Woods, Marcus Clancy whose recent workaholic attitude has put a strain on his marriage to cheating wife Claire and their rebellious teenage daughter, Hannah. Dr Audrey Grey is the couple's therapist who is trying to keep the family together whilst her own existence is slowly sinking into self destruct mode, with only her receptionist ... Written by Paul Knight

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1 October 2011 (UK)  »

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A Landscape of Lifes  »

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£84,000 (estimated)
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Trivia

The film was the result of an attempt to claim £2.8 million in tax credits. Bashar Al-Issa, Aoife Madden, Tariq Hassan, Ian Sherwood, and Osama Al Baghdady all claimed that a Jordanian film company was financing a larger-scale version of the film, with a projected budget of over £19 million. When the group tried to claim VAT and tax credits, an investigation by Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs (HMRC) discovered that no work had been done on the film, and most of the named suppliers had never heard of the project. The group was arrested. While on bail, they made this film, with a much smaller budget, in an attempt to escape prison. Al-Issa was convicted of two counts of conspiracy to cheat the public revenue; the rest were convicted of one count. On March 25, 2013, the five received prison sentences ranging from three years, six months to six years. See more »

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